NETWORKING WITH OTHER OPERATING SYSTEMS
Making Windows Play Well with Others
It’s easy enough to plug a couple Windows 10 computers together and call it a network, but real-life networks are seldom so simple, even at home. Networks usually have a mix of operating systems, and Windows often has to be coaxed into getting along with them.
On a real-life local area network (LAN) with multiple operating systems (OSes), it’s not enough that computers be capable of coexisting on the same network cable at the same time. They need to actually work with each other, or internetwork so that users of these various systems can share files and printers. At best, this sharing should occur without anyone even knowing that alternative platforms are involved. ...
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